The cost to states that did not expand medicaid

Research  shows that 14,000 people would be alive if states that refused to expand their medicaid had done so. If  states were to fully expand Medicaid, the benefits would include: Additional lives saved per year: 14,361 Additional infant lives saved per year: 141 Additional early-stage cancer diagnoses per year: 5,034 Reduction in uninsured opioid-related hospitalizationsContinue reading “The cost to states that did not expand medicaid”